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Guy Newall (1885–1937)

Guy Newall was born on May 25, 1885 in Brighton, Sussex, England as Guy Patrick Newall. He was an actor and writer, known for Beauty and the Beast (1922), The Boat from Shanghai (1931) and Fox Farm (1922). He was married to Dorothy Batley and Ivy Duke. He died on February 25, 1937 in Hampstead, London, England. See full bio »

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Beauty and the Beast
Fox Farm
Fox Farm James Falconer
The Persistent Lovers
The Persistent Lovers Richard Ardley-Manners


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 1937 Merry Comes to Town
Prof. John Stafford
 1936 Grand Finale
Hugo Trench
 1932 The Marriage Bond
Toby Heron
 1931 Potiphar's Wife
Hon. Maurice Worthington
 1931 The Eternal Feminine
Sir Charles Winthrop
 1930 The Road to Fortune
Guy Seaton
 1928 Haus Nummer 17
 1927 Der Geisterzug
Teddy Deakin
 1924 What the Butler Saw
 1923 The Starlit Garden
Richard Pinckney
 1922 A Maid of the Silver Sea
Stephen Gard
 1922 Fox Farm
James Falconer
 1922 Boy Woodburn
Jim Silver
 1922 The Persistent Lovers
Richard Ardley-Manners
 1922 Beauty and the Beast (Short)
The Beast
 1921 The Bigamist
George Dane
 1920 Squandered Lives
Lord Francis Delamere
 1920 The Lure of Crooning Water
Horace Dornblazer
 1919 The Garden of Resurrection
 1919 Fancy Dress
Earl of Richborne
 1919 I Will
Lord Eustace Dorsingham
 1919 Comradeship
Lieutenant Baring
 1917 Smith
Algy Peppercorn
 1916 Mother Love
 1916 The Manxman
 1916 Trouble for Nothing (Short)
Rev. Cuthbert Cheese
 1916 Money for Nothing (Short)
Reverend Cuthbert Cheese
 1916 Vice Versa
Dick Bultitude
 1916 Desperation
Richard Furness
 1916 Esther (Short)
 1915 The Heart of Sister Ann
John Blaine
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Other Works:

Mary Goes First (1914). Written by Henry Arthur Jones. Comedy Theatre: 2 Nov 1914- Nov 1914 (closing date unknown/32 performances). Cast: John Alexander, W. Graham Browne, Lillian Cavanagh, Horton Cooper, Franklin Dyall, Barbara Fenn, Norman Loring, Kenyon Musgrove, Guy Newall, Herbert Ross, Kate Serjeantson, Marie Tempest. ... See more »

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British stage actor, who got his start in pantomime, music hall comedy and the provincial theatre. In films from 1915, he was usually cast as the romantic lead in melodramas. After World War I, Newall formed a production company, Lucky Cat Films (which later became George Clark Productions, based at Beaconsfield), in conjunction with cameraman George Clark. He directed many of his own films from ... See more »

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